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- Jul 16 2017, 3:10 PM (141 w, 2 d)
Mon, Mar 30
I noticed inconsistencies with this too. I was wondering if we should populate __index__ with the full help text to avoid that. (The other inconsistency that comes to mind is printing out the disabled extension list in hg help extensions.) While it is apparently only used for py2exe based stuff, it might be handy with PyOxidizer too, until that gains the ability to enumerate and read embedded *.py files and directories as resources.
I suspect the Windows process code in Python doesn't accept bytes and the POSIX code does?
This looks like it also fixes the phabricator test on Windows, which diverged by creating a different hash for the create alpha for phabricator test € commit.
The test harness *should* match existing \n output as a fallback, which got me to wondering if it was the (esc) at the end screwing it up. I tried this patch:
Sun, Mar 29
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Wed, Mar 25
Duplicate of 0424a9134bcf
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This is needed on stable to fix the build.
Thu, Mar 19
Wed, Mar 18
Thanks, I just hit this myself.
Mon, Mar 16
Fri, Mar 13
Weird, I thought this was dependent on evolve too. But I guess if that were really the case, it would have be implemented in a wrapper in evolve. I suppose it works without evolve if using --keep, but I never use that.
Thanks for this!
The Windows path changes seem like a good idea.
It looks like test-run-tests.py and i18n/check-translation.py have a test too. (Not sure if we care about them; I mostly care about Windows.)